In today’s society, so many of us feel isolated. We pass by one another on the sidewalk; stand behind one another in the grocery store– yet we still feel lonely.
This disconnect is making us sick, literally—over 60 million Americans feel so isolated that their health is damaged in ways that mirror the effects of high blood pressure, smoking and obesity.
Lisa Daron Grossman, founder of The Connection Cure, has made it her life's work to listen, learn, and engage in conversations around connection. Has has set off on a four year cross-country human engagement pilgrimage, exploring face-to-face connection as a catalyst for healing and wellness.
Hosting events in each state, The Connection Cure aims to teach the science and healing benefits of face-to-face connection, help de-stigmatize loneliness, promote reclaiming conversation, and ignite the spirit.
Just as we need food and water for survival, humans need connection to maintain health and longevity. We need one another to thrive, for our emotional, physical, and spiritual wellbeing.
Being part of keeps us well.